Group Backs Road Work

Plans Use Reserve Money

Posted: February 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Benton County officials gave their blessing Thursday to a six-year plan to expedite work on roads and bridges by using reserve money to supplement revenue from a state sales tax for transportation improvement.

At A Glance

Road Plans

Scott Stober, Benton County’s public services administrator, said the Road Department is developing a policies and procedures manual to help the public understand how the department works. Stober said the information will be posted on the county website and include a form that can be filed out to alert the department of potholes or other problems. The Road Department also plans to post its projected work schedule, along with a map showing proposed projects.

Source: Staff Report

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